Facebook has decided not to allow former US President Donald Trump to open a Facebook and Instagram account for the next two years.
In January he was expelled from both social networks following protests in the Capitol but the Social Network Supervisory Board criticized the decision on the indefinite penalty.
Facebook said Trump’s actions were in violation of social media usage policies while the former US president responded by saying his ousting is an insult to the millions of Americans who voted for him in the presidential election.
The latest Facebook move comes as the social media giant lifted the immunity of politicians on the platform. Now public figures who incite violence will be expelled initially for a month and in serious cases up to 2 years. / PCWorld Albanian